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Sep 13, 2010 11:00pm EDT
and they told us that there was a shuttle here. >> reporter: it's one of the deepest stations. in fact, passengers say heading down into the tunnel is a grueling walk. >> there it that would be a terrible walk for me. i'm very disappointed in the fact that every time i come to this station the actual elevators are out or escalators are out. >> i have experienced once or twice when the escalators were out, but i had to walk up and i'm fairly in good shape, but still i was huffing and puffing. i feel really badly for people with disabilities. >> reporter: the diversion meant many riders were delayed. the shutdown came at the beginning of the evening commute. patience was already thin at the end of a long monday that just got longer. >> it's been pretty organized on metro. they tell you which bus to get on, you know, but still just the i convenience of getting to where you need to go to. >> i'm delay -- the inconvenience of getting to where you need to go to. >> i'm delayed probably about 30 minutes. i would rather be at east we're >> reporter: at last check one escalator and you know ele
FOX
Sep 2, 2010 11:00pm EDT
. >> reporter: home for lee was this house on kimberly street in wheaton. neighbors tell us he'd been renting a back room for the past several months. >> sort of unemotional, didn't seem like he wanted to interact much, very friendly neighborhood. people say hi, wave. just didn't seem to have that interest in socializing. >> i never saw him smile, always bitter, always serious looking. >> reporter: next-door neighbor onic mutafian said lee had a soft spot for squirrels, but even that caused trouble. >> from day one i had a bone to pick with him. i wanted him to stop feeding the squirrels so the rats won't -- it was a massive problem here for us. >> reporter: it appears james lee moved to maryland from california simply to channel his anger about the environment directly toward discovery. montgomery state's attorney john mccarthy. >> he paid homeless people to protest along with him. he would as an incentive if you yelled the loudest, he would give you a bonus of cash. >> reporter: mccarthy says what inspired lee to start tossing $20,000 in cash into the air in silver spring in february, 2008
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